Prince Charles would suffer Alzheimer’s disease
Great Britain, February 4, 2011
Great commotion in Britain after the American newspaper “The Globe” published on its cover that Prince Charles would suffer Alzheimer’s.
According to information from “The Globe,” the heir to the throne of Great Britain will never become king because he is showing “worrying signs” of Alzheimer’s disease.
According to the newspaper, Charles’s, Camilla Parker-Bowles, was surprised for the growing disease, which has symptoms such as memory loss, or confusion and disorientation in time and space.
If the news is confirmed, the throne would pass directly to Prince William, who is preparing to marry Kate Middleton. There are few who wonder if the rush of the wedding does not have to do with the illness of Charles, 62 years old.
Meanwhile, no spokesman for the Royal Family in Buckingham Palace gave information.